Super Fun Night: Season 1 (2013)
Critic Consensus: Despite the presence of the funny and talented Rebel Wilson, Super Fun Night is overreliant on tired, clichéd weight jokes.
A big promotion alters the relationships between attorney Kimmie (Rebel Wilson) and her two best friends?Marika (Lauren Ash) and Helen-Alice (Liza Lapira)?in this sitcom. In Season 1, the ladies all get dates after Kimmie embellishes their online-dating profiles. Later, a Christmastime adventure goes terribly wrong, and complications arise when Kimmie hosts a dinner party. Kevin Bishop and Kate Jenkinson also star.
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Even if this show doesn't get to see the light of day again, at least it can say that it stayed true to itself throughout its run, and that those who recognized that, including myself, loved and appreciated it for it.
In every way that matters for the life of a sitcom, Super Fun Night fails.
Rebel Wilson is a scream when she's playing the confidence card, but in this disappointing sitcom, her self-deprecating character just came across as sad.
Wilson plays Kimmie Boubier, an awkward underdog armed with an office job and a few equally awkward friends. She sets out in the city to find herself, but the only thing worth finding is the remote control.
Some people might find it funny, other people might find it pathetic. I didn't find it funny.
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